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honeylocust for fodder

 
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I would like to grow honeylocust for goat fodder and possibly tree hay. I won't be pollarding the trees until they bear. I will cut on a rotation basis and I would like to wait until they bore mature seed pods again. Does anyone know how long this will be?
 
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